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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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New house = dedicated reloading bench

Just started to set her up. Have a lot more to do. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1350492317.981697.jpg

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Stop using C-clamps on the Rockchucker and bolt that fucker down!

Speaking of which, Rick and I were talking about having a machinist make me a clamp system to mount the Rockchucker more solidly to the bench. I think it needs 3 bolts rather than two to hold it down without caming over.

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Lol. Yes I plan on bolting it down now that its a dedicated bench. I was using clamps before when I was switching between the press and the vice.

I have to get my rockchucker progressive press working. My boss gave me his for free.

I only spent like 15 minutes setting this up. When I get back from San Fran and my hunting trip ill give it some attention.

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Lol. Yes I plan on bolting it down now that its a dedicated bench. I was using clamps before when I was switching between the press and the vice.

I have to get my rockchucker progressive press working. My boss gave me his for free.

I only spent like 15 minutes setting this up. When I get back from San Fran and my hunting trip ill give it some attention.
Which RCBS progressive did he give you? It's too bad you're not local, I'd help you get it working. I speak RCBS.

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I think it's the piggyback 3. The problem is I have a rock chiclet supreme so it's going to take a little modification to get it to work right, but I think I can do it.

I have my eyes on a Dillon in the future too.

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